Bahama Islands (island group)
Found in 88 Collections and/or Records:
255 x 200 mm. A view of Prince Philip, dressed for dinner, greeting guests. The Governor, Raynor Arthur, stands by him.
255 x 200 mm. Dinner, with Prince Philip and the Governor, Raynor Arthur, on the top table.
255 x 200 mm. A view looking down at a social gathering with Prince Philip at the centre. A number of the guests are members of the press. The Governor, Raynor Arthur, stands on the fringe of the group to the right.
255 x 200 mm. Prince Philip about to shake hands with the Captain of an unidentified ship, at Nassau harbour. The location is identified as Nassau Harbour by the lighthouse which can be seen on the headland to the right, variously known as Nassau Harbor Lighthouse, Paradise Island Lighthouse and Colonial Beach Lighthouse.
255 x 200 mm. Showing Prince Philip speaking to a uniformed man. Two others stand in line, one carrying a flag. The Governor, Raynor Arthur, stands behind Prince Philip.
255 x 200 mm. A close view of Prince Philip and an unidentified man, who is gesturing at something they are both looking at and which is not in the photograph. They appear to be standing in front of a network of scaffolding, which would suggest this is a scene of building in progress. The print is annotated, in pencil, on the reverse with '24433.'
255 x 200 mm. Showing Prince Philip sat with the Governor's wife and others. He is speaking to the man on his right, possibly the Governor, Raynor Arthur.
255 x 250 mm. Showing Prince Philip speaking to a seated man. Others are seated in line, most of whom are holding small flags of the United Kingdom. There is a nurse stood beside Prince Philip, and more nurses just visible standing behind the seated men. The Governor, Raynor Arthur, is on the far right of the picture.
255 x 250 mm. Showing Prince Philip inspecting the Guard of Honour at the Nassau International Airstrip. The tail of an airplane with a United Kingdom flag on can be seen at the left of the photograph.
A series of photographs showing Raynor Arthur's official duties (including several images of Government house) and his leisure time, taken during his office as Governor and Commander in Chief of the Bahamas. Sir Raynor Arthur arrived on 1 April 1956 and left on retirement on 14 June 1960. Most of these photographs are by the Bahamas News Bureau and are approximately 255 x 200 mm, unless otherwise stated.
255 x 210 mm.
A tinted postcard.
250 x 200 mm. A view of Prince Philip inspecting a line of young girls during a youth rally. The Governor, Raynor Arthur, accompanies him. Location unidentified.